In a recent review of accredited colleges and universities in New Hampshire, Intelligent.com announced that Antioch University New England is one of the top-rated universities
Climate Resilience Certificate student Jessica Hench was selected to present at FEMA’s first student showcase as part of their Resilient Nation Partnership Network on April
Antioch University New England (AUNE) is honored to announce that racial justice advocate, award-winning writer, nonprofit executive, and alumna Shay Stewart-Bouley will deliver the commencement
“There’s not a lot of psychologists with disabilities,” says Dr. Craig Kramer. As a psychologist with a speech disability—he stutters—Dr. Kramer can see quite clearly
Environmental Studies graduate student Kyle Bradford and Dr. Michael Akresh, Core Faculty in Environmental Studies program at Antioch University New England, were featured in the
Outside has become the new inside. This isn’t just true for socializing during the pandemic. It’s also increasingly true for the classrooms in which students
Best Value Schools has announced Antioch University New England’s MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Addictions Counseling as one of the top programs for 2021.
Cullen Mackenzie, a first-year MS in Environmental Studies Conservative Biology student, had a paper accepted for publication in the highly-respected tropical ecology journal Studies on